Camarines Norte State College
Public Information and Community Relations Officer
Daet, Camarines Norte
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The title of public information officer is most commonly used in a government setting, though these professionals may also be referred to as public relations specialists. Public information officers have a variety of job duties, but written and verbal communication is the basis for all they do. They liaise between their employer and the public and may be responsible for issuing press releases, answering queries from the media and arranging interviews with company executives and employees. They need at least a bachelor’s degree in public relations, communications or a related field, and many have some journalism experience.
Public information officers gather facts and distribute them to the media. They produce printed and video material about their organization for dissemination to the public. A public information officer may be responsible for organizing special events such as news conferences and awards ceremonies. Maintaining a social media presence may be part of a public information officer’s duties. These individuals may work long hours on an irregular schedule, especially when publicized situations or incidents affect the company.
Community Relations Manager Community relations managers are responsible for managing all community development initiatives throughout the organization. They plan, develop and implement programs to promote community awareness. Community relations managers are responsible for supervising the image of the organization within the community.
Spectrum is a condition that is not confined to a specific set of values but can vary infinitely within a continuum; thus, its colorful depiction in this logo, which ultimately forms the CNSC pentagon. The wide array of colors represents the different campuses and their programs and activities; all within the pentagon, which contribute to the holistic image of CNSC. The paper, pen and camera icons represent the identity of this publication – clear and honest reporting.
Regardless of the color, the College’s undertakings will be reflected in this paper. Hence, the name, CNSC Spectrum.